Just print out the template onto standard 8.5" X 11" printer paper. The fold and cut lines are clearly printed right onto the template, and each paper airplane design has easy-to-follow instructions. Make sure to read the printing tips at the bottom of this page. Also see the Flying Tips page for information about how to get the best performance out of your models.
A4 Size Templates - If you do NOT live in North America, you'll want to download the A4 paper size templates by clicking here.
You will need Adobe Reader to view these files. Click the link below to download it free from the Adobe website.
- Make sure the paper is properly aligned in your printer's paper tray.
- When printing from Adobe Reader, make sure that "None" is selected for page scaling. Scaling the page to your printer margins will distort the fold lines on the template and cause your model to come out wrong. Also make sure that "Auto-Rotate and Center" is NOT selected.
NEVER throw a paper airplane at another person, animal, or object that could be damaged if you hit it. Paper planes can have sharp edges and points that can injure someone if you are not careful. Keep in mind that paper planes can curve or change direction after they are launched, so make sure your flying area is clear. When flying outdoors, never fly your plane near moving cars or run into the street after your plane. Plan ahead and fly in a park, playground, or backyard.